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Song Parodies -> "Against The Law Wine Man"

Original Song Title:

"Wichita Lineman"

Original Performer:

Glen Campbell

Parody Song Title:

"Against The Law Wine Man"

Parody Written by:

Guy DiRito

The Lyrics

The heir to the Max Factor cosmetics empire and fugitive convicted rapist, Andrew Luster, has been captured by a bounty hunter in Mexico. Luster and the bounty hunter, Duane "Dog" Chapman, were being held yesterday in Mexico after six people were seized in a street brawl following a car chase.See Story:,3604,980410,00.htmlQ: Did you hear what happened to Helene Curtis?A: Max Factor
Don't go whine man it's just bounty,
I just thrive off you toads,
Searchin' as you run to your favorite zip code.
I'll have you stinging with raw ire,
Putin' those roofies in their wine,
For that 'gainst the law wine man, you're doin' your time.

You should have thought of masturbation,
Something's wrong in your brain,
Or with your dough could fetch down anything you wanted strange.
Now they'll beat you like they want to,
But I'll be out in short-time,
And you'll catch it all time man, for doin' your crime.

Now they'll beat you like they want to,
But I'll be out in short-time,
And you'll catch it all time man for doin' your crime.

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Royce Miller - July 14, 2003 - Report this comment
Good parody, Guy--I did one of this also--I like the melody of "Wichita Lineman", very simple but pretty
Pat - July 14, 2003 - Report this comment
Guy, I don't remember the melody, but I like the message.
Michael Pacholek - July 14, 2003 - Report this comment
Oh, what a tangled Webb we weave...Jimmy Webb, the author, that is.
lizzy.poo - July 14, 2003 - Report this comment
I thought that it was good I think It was ok I guess.
Guy DiRito - July 14, 2003 - Report this comment
Royce - I saw yours when I submitted this one. I really came up with the idea on my own. I usually check to see what is out there before I submit just to see if my bio info on the decade, artist etc is correct. I guess I should check before I write. And Omaha? I guess it rhymes with Wichita. I lived in Omaha for about four years. Ever been there?
John Jenkins - July 14, 2003 - Report this comment
Well done, Guy. I also did one about Duane Chapman/Andrew Luster - "Hunter of the Bounty." I like your riddle, but I think that your top comments are somewhat out of date - Chapman was in the Ventura, California courthouse (where Luster was convicted) on July 7th asking for his $150,000 bounty and I don't think he's going back to Mexico.
Guy DiRito - July 15, 2003 - Report this comment
I know - That article was from circa June 16. I looked at this song and then thought of Chapman. It was an old news story so I used it just to refresh memories. It was just written well after the fact as so many non parody songs are such as the battle of New Orleans written about 150 years after the fact. Glad you liked my parody and thanks.
Royce Miller - July 15, 2003 - Report this comment
Guy---I was just telling you I had written a parody to this also, and I know yours is totally original, as you are. I like to read parodies to songs I have parodied---they're all open for grabs, right? And Omaha, well, I've been to Nebraska, and never quite over to Omaha; but mid-west people are some of the nicest I've ever met. Regards

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